Ordered | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Ordered

Liver

To dream of a disordered liver, denotes a querulous person will be your mate, and fault-finding will occupy her time, and disquiet will fill your hours.

To dream of eating liver, indicates that some deceitful person has installed himself in the affection of your sweetheart. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Path

To dream that you are walking in a narrow and rough path, stumbling over rocks and other obstructions, denotes that you will have a rough encounter with adversity, and feverish excitement will weigh heavily upon you.

To dream that you are trying to find your path, foretells that you will fail to accomplish some work that you have striven to push to desired ends.

To walk through a pathway bordered with green grass and flowers, denotes your freedom from oppressing loves. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Road

Traveling over a rough, unknown road in a dream, signifies new undertakings, which will bring little else than grief and loss of time.

If the road is bordered with trees and flowers, there will be some pleasant and unexpected fortune for you.

If friends accompany you, you will be successful in building an ideal home, with happy children and faithful wife, or husband.

To lose the road, foretells that you will make a mistake in deciding some question of trade, and suffer loss in consequence. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Cellophane

A man-made covering not ordered or blessed by god... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Web-footed

Steps that have to go where they are ordered and not where they desire... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Beehive

1- Folk-tales, such as the one about telling one’s troubles to the bees, can surface in dreams without us necessarily recognising what they mean.

The beehive is said to represent an ordered community and therefore the ability to absorb chaos.

2- To dream of tending a beehive alerts us to the need for good management of our resources.

3- Eloquence and direct speech.

Possibly a connection with the Great Mother (See Introduction).... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Laboratory

1- Dreaming of working in a laboratory indicates that we need to be more scientific in our approach to life. We may have certain talents which need to be developed in an objective fashion, or we may need to develop our thinking faculty further.

2- A laboratory can suggest a very ordered existence, and it will depend on whether we arc working in or are specimens in a laboratory how we interpret the dream.

3- Dreaming of a laboratory indicates we need to make an objective assessment of what is going on in our lives.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Library

also see House

1- A library in a dream can often represent the storehouse of our life’s experience. Il can also represent our intellect and the way we handle knowledge.

A well- ordered library would suggest the ability to create order successfully.

A more chaotic, untidy one would suggest that we have difficulty in dealing with information.

2- At a certain stage in psychic and spiritual development, the library is an important symbol. It suggests both the wisdom and skills that we have accumulated, but also the collected wisdom available to all humanity. As we are able to look more objectively at our lives wre have more access to universal knowledge.

3- A library represents the Collective Unconscious all that is, was, and ever shall be.

It is often taken as the Akashic records - that is, the spiritual records of existence.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Orchard

1- In dreams an orchard may represent our attempts to look after ourselves. It will depend on whether the trees are showing flowers or fruit.

If they are showing flowers then this will represent the potential we have for success; if they are showing fruit we arc being reassured as to the harvest we may gather.

2- Any collection of trees can represent our own fertility. As an orchard tends to be more ordered than, for instance, a forest, dreaming of one indicates we are appreciating the more structured side of our personalities.

3- Fertility.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Thread

1- Thread in dreams represents a line of thought or enquiry. In terms of our ordinary everyday lives we perhaps need to follow that line to its end. Threading a needle has an obvious sexual reference. It can also, because of the perceived difficulty in threading a needle, suggest incompetence in ways other than sexual.

2- To be aware of thread is to be aware of the way our lives arc going.

A tangled thread suggests a difficulty which needs unravel- ling.

A spool of thread suggests an ordered existence.

The colour of the thread is important (see Colour).

A basket full of spools suggests the various aspects of a woman’s personality. This is because of its association with the Archetypal feminine.

3- The various threads of our spirituality are being interwoven the results of which will go some way to achieving the dreamer’s spiritual wholeness.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Tree

also see Forest and Wood

1- The tree is symbolic in dreams of the basic structure of our inner lives. When one appears in our dreams it is best to work with the image fairly extensively.

A tree with wide branches would suggest a warm loving personality, whereas a small close- leafed tree would suggest an uptight personality.

A well-shaped tree would suggest a well-ordered personality, while a large, messy tree would suggest a chaotic personality. There is a game which can be played in waking life if one dares. Ask a friend a) what sort of tree does he or she think you arc and, b) what sort of tree they think they are. I’he results arc interesting.

An oak for instance would represent strength.

2- The roots of a tree are said to show our connection with ourselves and the earth. It could be more accurate to suggest that they signify our ability to belong to the practical side of life, to enjoy being here. Spreading roots would indicate an ability to relate well to the physical, and, conversely, deep-rootedness would suggest a more self-contained attitude.

The trunk of the tree gives an indication of how we use the energies available to us, and also what exterior we present to the world.

A rough trunk suggests obviously a rough and ready personality, whereas a smoother trunk would indicate more sophistication. Branches signify the stages of growth we go through, and leaves suggest the way we communicate to the rest of the world.

To be climbing the tree suggests we are looking at our hopes and abilities, in order to succeed.

3- Spiritually the tree symbolises the ‘free of Life and represents the union of heaven, earth and water. When we learn and understand our own Tree we arc able to live life successfully on all levels.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Attic

(see Building)

Edgar Cayce and several other dream interpreters believed this portion of a house represents your head or the mind. So, the condition of the attic is important to the dream’s overall meaning.

For example, an orderly attic symbolizes well-ordered

thoughts and hopes. One cluttered with antiques may reveal someone whose thoughts are too focused on the past.

A dirty attic metaphorically indicates immoral views, or a mind that is not being used to its fullest potential (see Balcony).... The Language of Dreams

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Fabric

(see Clothes, Needle, Sewing, Wool)

The metaphorical fabric of time, space, and dimensions in which your life represents one strand. Note, however, that each strand touches the others within this iveb directly or indirectly.

The substance of your foundational belief system. How does this fabric appear? Is it finely woven or full of holes?

Patterns in the fabric represent the cycles and patterns within your own life.

For example, regular geometric imprints can indicate a personality that is very ordered and constant.

Frayed fabric is symbolic of something coming apart, but you still have time to stop this progression. Find the loose ends and sew them up!... The Language of Dreams

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Games

Each game envisioned in a dream has different meanings, depending on its focus.

For example, chess stresses logic, forethought, and strategy as a key for victory, roulette wheels reflect gambles and uncertainty, word jumbles symbolize the need for ordered communications, and Monopoly might represent cautious use of money.

Figuratively, playing games with people instead of being forthright.... The Language of Dreams

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Calmness

This is a fortunate dream, as it is a prediction of a calm, well-ordered life.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hedges

If green and neatly trimmed, hedges are an augury of a well-ordered life.... The Complete Dream Book

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Machinery

Smoothly running machinery is an augury of a normal and well ordered family life in a pleasant community.... The Complete Dream Book

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Pool

Peace and contentment are predicted by dreaming of a limpid pool bordered by fiags and containing lilies.

A bathing pool in which men and women are swimming is a sign of news from a long forgotten lover.... The Complete Dream Book

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Road

A road bordered with green arching trees and pleasant fields is an indication of a thoroughly happy home life with a faithful and interesting mate and several merry children.... The Complete Dream Book

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Court

Vision: Standing in front of a judge is a sign that you are trying to fight your bad habits.

If you are the court judging another person: you feel injured by someone, but not yet ready to confront that person openly.

If you are the spectator in a courtroom: unconscious memories have surfaced; you have a bad conscience because of a past mistake or action.

If you are ordered to appear as a witness: a friend or acquaintance is in desperate need of help. Being served with a subpoena: a warning that others are trying to blame you for something. Being convicted: you are wasting your time waiting to be thanked for something you did.

Depth Psychology: The court is symbolic of many things: trying to make up your mind about somebody; trying to find a possible connection between things, or coming clean with yourself. Sometimes a dream about a court implies that you need to defend yourself against other people and their prejudice, slander, or hostility. See Lawyer.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Bee / Beehive

Material aspects: As a symbol of something to be feared, as well as tamed and used, the meaning of bees in dreams can be ambivalent.

To be stung by a bee is a warning of the possibility of hurt. Being attacked by a swarm indicates that we are creating a situation which may become uncontrollable.

The beehive is said to represent an ordered community and, therefore, the ability to absorb chaos. You might also like to consult the entry for hive.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Chaos

Before the universe began it was thought there existed a disordered state of unformed matter and infinite space. Spiritually therefore in dreams chaos is a representation of source and the beginning of all things. There is, though, an underlying pattern, which may not be immediately apparent.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Laboratory

Psychological / emotional perspective: A laboratory can suggest a very ordered existence, and it will depend on whether we are working in or are specimens in a laboratory how we interpret the dream.

To be a specimen suggests that we feel we are being monitored in some way.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Laboratory

Material aspects: Dreaming of working in a laboratory indicates that we need to be more ordered in our approach to life. We may have certain talents that need to be developed in an objective fashion, or we may need to develop our thinking faculty further.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Order

Material aspects: Lists and such techniques help us to maintain order in our everyday lives, dreaming of such things often allows us to prioritize basic tasks. In dreams, finding that we are being ordered to do something suggests that we have instinctively recognized a greater authority.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Thread

Psychological / emotional perspective: To be aware of thread is to be aware of the way our lives are going.

A tangled thread suggests a difficulty that needs unravelling.

A spool of thread suggests an ordered existence; the colour of the thread is also important.

The image of tapestry or weaving suggests a degree of competence and creativity.

The relevance of the ‘picture’ we produce may well represent emotional concerns.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Trees

Psychological / emotional perspective: The tree is symbolic in dreams of the basic structure of our inner lives. When one appears in our dreams it is best to work with the image fairly extensively.

A tree with wide branches would suggest a warm loving personality, whereas a small close-leafed tree would suggest an uptight personality.

A well-shaped tree would suggest a well-ordered personality, while a large, messy tree would suggest a chaotic personality. Branches signify the stages of growth we go through, and leaves suggest the way we communicate to the rest of the world.

To be climbing the tree suggests we are looking at our hopes and abilities, in order to succeed.

To be chopping a tree down indicates the need for a complete overhaul of our beliefs and ideals and symbolizes radical change.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Road

To see a road in your dream indicates your sense of direction and the pursuit of your goals.

If the road you see in your dream is winding and bumpy, you will encounter unexpected obstacles on the way to achieving your goals.

To see a smooth road bordered by green trees and flowers is lucky, symbolizing a steady progress up the social ladder.

If the road is straight and narrow, then it means that your path to success is going as planned.... My Dream Interpretation

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Chalice

(1) This may be a symbol of the self - that is, the total and ordered psvehc. The silver or gold of the chalice represents the supreme value of the self (as in the holy grail sought by King Arthur and his knights).

(2) Is the wine in the chalice, rather than the chalice itself, given the limelight in your dream? Red wine may be a symbol of life (blood) and fullness of life (water turned into wine represents an enrichment of life). Your dream may, then, be trving to get you to attend to something in your unconscious that can enrich your life; or even pointing you towards the source of life within you.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Chaos

Just as, according to mythology, the cosmos was created out of chaos, so we all, in a sense, have to create ourselves out of chaos - the unordered or disordered mass of instincts, emotions, feelings and ideas that constitute the raw materials from which we may consciously shape ourselves. This is the viewpoint from which you should understand the chaos in your dream: a cluttered, untidy room; a junk-shop with miscellaneous articles piled up higgledy-piggledy; or whatever.

NB Putting yourself in order does not necessarilv mean getting rid of the junk. There are two possibilities here. Your dream may be telling you that there is a lot of rubbish that you need to get rid of: negative attitudes and habits, destructive guilt-feelings, or whatever. Alternatively, the “junk” may be your hidden potential; so clean it up and use it. You just have to decide what role each part of your psyche is to play in your life.

CH ASF. / CH ASED / CH ASI NG... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Garden

(1) A garden may be a symbol of your true self, particularly if the garden is symmetrical: square or rectangular or circular, and with a central point. See also Mandala.

(2) Lush growth in the garden may symbolize (a promise of) personal growth.

(3) A pool or fountain in the garden may symbolize a source of (new’) life in your psyche; or the pure uncontaminated life of the person who is true to himself or herself, who has not exchanged the truth of himself or herself for a false persona (for persona). See also Fountain, Water.

(4) Any disorder in the garden will probably represent your owrn disordered psyche - weeds instead of flow ers, decay instead of growth. Have you been pursuing weong aims to the neglect of your true self, your ‘destiny5?... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Garden

The garden is the field in which nature is submitted, ordered, and rationalized. For this reason, it is a symbol of dominion of the conscious over the chaotic unconscious (that is, the jungle). Also, it represents caution over spontaneity. At the same time, the characteristic intimacy of gardens (favorable place for lovers) makes them considered to be an archetype of the inner world, subjectivity, and feelings. So, dreaming of a well-kept garden can indicate peace and harmony, while seeing one abandoned means that you are not taking care of yourself. Water, ponds, and fountains that you find in the garden are the spiritual energy that makes up your nature. Finally, after a period of difficulties, this dream can manifest inner healing (See FLOWERS)

This dream predicts that the sleeper will marry a beautiful woman or a good looking man.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Teacher

A teacher in a dream is part archetype and part character aspect.

The teacher is the one with the knowledge, and to dream of one is to be tapping into the part of you that knows.

If the teacher is someone known to you, add the element of that person’s personal qualities to your interpretation.

The less you know of the teacher in a dream, the more you may be experiencing wisdom at an archetypal level. No matter how the teacher appears, consider that there may be something for you to learn. Learning occurs by accumulating small amounts of data that build upon each other. Teachers know what piece of information needs to be added next in order for learning to take place.

A figure of authority, the teacher is the one person at school who knows what the lesson plan is. Teachers have both the questions and the answers. Not only do they control what happens in the classroom, but they also know why things are ordered in a particular way. Each of our teachers presents us with the specific information needed to master a particular level of our functioning. Any teacher in a dream represents the part of you that understands this concept of step-by-step mastery and provides the mental environment in which learning occurs, or is blocked. There is great patience built into this process, even though many of your teachers in life may have lacked this quality. When a teacher appears in your dream, examine the person as a character aspect of yourself.

The teacher’s behavior toward you in the dream and your resulting feelings will offer insight as to how well your inner guidance system is operating and to what degree you are showing yourself patience with the pace of your growth.

A kindly teacher will result in a very different interpretation from one who is abusive or frightening.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Urinal

Urination connects to toxicity or anger that needs to be released. As a receptor for urine, a urinal relates to the consciousness of releasing this toxicity in a neat and ordered manner.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Bed / Bedroom

Beds and bedrooms have a range of different meanings, from rest and sleep to sex and marriage. In dreams of marriage or romance, the state of a bed, whether neat or disordered, can be interpreted as a symbolic comment on the state of a relationship. Also, something underneath a bed may show that something about a relationship is not out in the open. (See also Mattress).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Library / Museum

In dreams, a library can represent a storehouse of your experiences in life as well as your intellect.

If the library is well ordered, this suggests that you handle knowledge well.

If the library is chaotic, with books missing or wrongly shelved, this suggests that you may be suffering from information overload or have difficulty processing information.

If someone distracts you in the library in your dream, it may suggest that the ideas being considered in waking life are not worth your attention.

If you are working on your psychic and spiritual development, the library will have added significance as a place where the collective wisdom of humankind is collected. The more we develop psychically and spiritually, the more we have access to this collective wisdom— also known as intuition and the collective unconscious.

Like libraries, museums feed minds by giving people the opportunity to study objects from the past for their historic, scientific and artistic interest. When trying to interpret dreams about museums, any exhibit that caught your eye is important because it may be pointing to something from your own past that has a bearing on your present situation.

If your dream involved visiting a cinema or theatre, refer to the relevant entries in ARTS AND CRAFTS and LEISURE.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Nuclear War / End-of-the-world Scenarios

Although you could interpret your dreams literally, a much more likely interpretation is a symbolic one. In this respect, dreams about nuclear war, the earth exploding, stars and planets falling from the sky, or the superpowers declaring war on each other would be a symbol for the ‘end of the world’ as you know it—in other words, some kind of personal upheaval that would completely change your life. Amongst such events, one should consider: the divorce of your parents, having to move house, ending your time at one school and going to another, having your best friend move and so on. Whatever has changed in your life has rocked your sense of things and your peace of mind on a global level. Therefore, rest assured, the dream is probably not about the end of the world, but is instead about a big change in your world. Whatever and however your life has been up until now, it has changed and it will never be the same again; the positive message that you take from such a dream is that you will emerge from this destruction into a fresh, new phase.

Feeling dramatically out of control in your personal life can trigger apocalypse dreams. These may be caused by hormones in adolescence, the menopause or andropause, the death of a loved one (especially a parent), or divorce and other significant relationship losses. The dream visions of the world ending are an escape mechanism to avoid dealing with a world so dramatically changed by new circumstances. In some cases, world-ending dreams feature the dreamer alone amongst generally unrecognized figures, reflecting the dreamer’s sense of isolation in waking life. When interpreting this type of dream, you should ask yourself, ‘How is the world ending and who is to blame?’ This dream may be calling for you to protect yourself against a risk that takes you well outside your comfort zone, to become more involved in a particular cause, or to think again about the rationale of your fears.

If you are religious in waking life, you may have a dream in which significant icons of your faith initiate, or withstand, the massive destruction. Another scenario is that adherents to your religious or belief system are identified in a particular way and thereby survive the destruction. In these dreams, the world is often reordered. Often, these dreams will accompany a time in the dreamer’s life when they feel that the entire world is against them, and it is only their association with something larger than themselves that can provide a resolution to the struggles being faced.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Afghanistan

Afghanistan is a war-torn country bordered on the north by Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan, on the extreme north-east by China, on the east and south by Pakistan, and by Iran on the west. The dominant religion is Islam, and in recent years Afghanistan has been the scene of war, conflict and disorder, although signs of economic and financial stability are emerging.

If Afghanistan appears in your dreams, your unconscious may have been using the intense media coverage in recent years as raw material, the battle-scarred landscape acting as a symbol for insecurity and conflict in your waking life. On the other hand, it may have been using it to represent hope and new beginnings.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Algeria

Algeria is bordered on the west by Morocco and Western Sahara and on the east by Tunisia and Libya. The Saharan region, which constitutes over three- quarters of the land area of the country, is almost completely uninhabited. In dreams, hot sandy regions such as the Sahara, suggest a life-stage or condition in which you need a reserve of strength and a good deal of perseverance. It could also suggest a period of emotional drought in your life. Perhaps you have been working too hard recently and have neglected your loved ones?... The Element Encyclopedia

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Colombia

Colombia is bordered on the northwest by Panama, on the east by Venezuela and Brazil, and on the south-west by Peru and Ecuador. Despite its dramatic and varied landscape, Colombia is chiefly known for its drug trafficking, corruption and high crime rate. In May 2004, the UN announced that Colombia’s 39-year-long drug war had created the worst humanitarian crisis in the Western Hemisphere. More than two million people have been forced to leave their homes and several Indian tribes are close to extinction.

If Colombia features in your dream, your unconscious may be trying to warn you of unethical or dangerous activities going on around you.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Egypt

Egypt, at the north-east corner of Africa on the Mediterranean Sea, is bordered on the west by Libya, on the south by the Sudan, and on the east by the Red Sea and Israel. Egypt is divided into two unequal, extremely arid regions by the landscape’s dominant feature, the northward-flowing river Nile. In dreams, Egypt is generally a sign of the spiritual life and conveys a spiritually related message of some kind. It can also suggest a yearning to learn more about human history.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia is in eastcentral Africa, bordered on the west by the Sudan, on the east by Somalia and Djibouti, on the south by Kenya, and on the north-east by Eritrea. In dreams, perhaps fuelled by media campaigns and reports, Ethiopia can be a symbol of famine, malnourishment and emotional need.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Israel

Israel lies at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered by Egypt on the west, Syria and Jordan on the east, and Lebanon on the north. Its maritime plain is extremely fertile. A country at present suffering from religious conflict between the various inhabitants of the country, Israel, and particularly Jerusalem, are traditionally associated with all three of the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Islam and Christianity.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Jordan

The Middle Eastern kingdom of Jordan is bordered on the west by Israel and the Dead Sea, on the north by Syria, on the east by Iraq, and on the south by Saudi Arabia. Traditionally associated with Christianity, it is currently a hotbed of religious and political tensions, and in dreams may refer to inner conflict, or some kind of hostility and tension directed towards you in waking life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Mexico

Mexico is bordered by the United States to the north, Belize and Guatemala to the southeast and is about one-fifth the size of the United States. In dreams, it can suggest a readiness to express your emotions and opinions. This may come as a message to make sure you have your say or it could be suggesting that you should hold your tongue. The dream may also be referring to the strong determination and fortitude of a meek-appearing friend, as in the Mexican hairless dog breed.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Educational Paraphernalia

The blackboard sets information out in black and white, so in dreams it can represent unambiguous insights or the need to make your mark on the world. Because chalk can be rubbed out it is a warning against having rigid opinions that do not allow the possibility of change. According to Freud, holding a piece of chalk suggests masturbation whilst breaking a piece of chalk suggests a fear of castration. A school desk is a symbol of your most private self.

If your initials are carved on the desk, this also expresses your desire to make your mark on the world. Freudians would argue that opening a desk and searching inside is a symbol of sexual intercourse.

Many of us associate ink with our schooldays and if ink is spilled over a sheet of paper in your dream, this may suggest feelings of guilt. The shade of ink will be significant: black ink will symbolize evil thoughts or deeds, whilst red will symbolize impulsive acts. Dreaming of notebooks or schoolbooks can suggest a great deal; are the notebooks neat, suggesting an ordered mind or are they messy, suggesting confusion? If there are doodles alongside the scribbles, this suggests a creative personality that thrives in chaos. If, in your dream, your schoolbag is filled with pens, papers, books and apples, this suggests the happiness gained from happy experience but if the schoolbag is heavy and cumbersome, you may be feeling weighed down by the past. Pay attention to the quality and condition of the school bag as it could reveal a lot about your current approach to life.

If the school bell rings suggesting that a lesson is over, this may indicate the end of a difficult phase in your life but if the bell comes at the end of a playtime, it could signify regret that a happy period in your life is coming to an end.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Square

Squares are very stable and well ordered, and they indicate things that are down to earth, the physical reality and the materialization of ideas and plans. Leonardo da Vinci’s depiction of a man in a circle in a square represents the complete balance of the various aspects of human nature. Squares also suggest the four directions on a compass. It could be that you seek stability and order in your life, and aren’t quite sure how to achieve these. Look at how the square is used in your dream for a hint as to which direction to take. Squares represent the material world with its stability but also its limits and restrictions. Squares are dreamt about most often by those trying to bring order into their lives.

If you dreamed of a square—be it a square room, a city square, a television screen, a book or a paving stone—the reference may be to your own stable, dependable personality. On the other hand, are you trying to find a solution to a problem that vexes you? Squares can also represent feelings of restriction or the boring, tedious, day-to-day grind of life, so in dreams they could be reflecting stagnation, inhibition, and your need for freedom and excitement.

If you dreamed of a cube, this is a symbol of wisdom, truth and perfection as it gives depth and stability to a square. The cube may also stand for a house, and is therefore a symbol of the self.

If you or another person are within a cube in your dream, this represents you.

If the cube is in the form of a die, it suggests life’s uncertainties.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Appearance Of Tree

If you dreamed of a well-shaped tree that is pleasing to the eye, this would suggest a personality that is ordered; a large, messy tree would suggest a chaotic personality. The seasonal appearance of the tree in your dream will be significant because the stages of a person’s life are reflected in the effects of the seasons on a deciduous tree.

If your dream tree was covered in spring blossoms and tiny leaf buds, the association is with spring, and the vigor and energy of youth.

If the tree was covered in deep green foliage, this suggests summer or the prime of life; if its leaves were starting to fall, this suggests autumn and middle age; and if the tree looked bare, this suggests winter and old age, or concerns about getting older.

According to Freudians, acorns are a phallic symbol and nuts symbols of the female genitals, so seeds and nuts on the tree can suggest new beginnings. Seedlings and saplings are generally associated with young children, flourishing and mature trees suggest maturity and ancient trees, old age. A dead or withered tree could be a symbol of a lost loved one; it not only reminds us that all living things die, but also that the cycle of rebirth and new beginnings never ends.

If your dreaming mind featured a tree with a crown or apex (or you dreamed of climbing a tree and struggling to reach the top), this suggests a desire for spiritual growth. Alternatively, it could suggest ambition in your professional life or the desire for safety or refuge, as when you climb a tree to escape.

If you dreamed of a falling tree, this represents a sense of threat to your identity.

Tall trees are a symbol of aspiration and reaching up to the sky, whilst a short tree is a symbol of low aspirations or selling yourself short. A tree that is fallen or cut down may symbolize obstacles in your path, and a tree struck by lightning or in flames may represent a situation that is about to erupt. It can also symbolize electrified energy or being ’on fire’ for a goal or desire. See also Forest entry in PLACES.... The Element Encyclopedia

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